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// Africa, Kuba Raffia Cloth

// Africa, Kuba Raffia Cloth

Africa | Woman's wrapper from the Kuba people of DR Congo | 20th century | Raffia; embroidered

Africa | Woman's wrapper from the Kuba people of DR Congo | 20th century | Raffia; embroidered

Africa | Kuba Cloth Detail, Democratic Republic of Congo

Africa | Kuba Cloth Detail, Democratic Republic of Congo

Mixed Media Art – The Redefining Of The Way You Look At Art - Bored Art

Mixed Media Art – The Redefining Of The Way You Look At Art

Mixed Media Art – The Redefining Of The Way You Look At Art - Bored Art

"Kenya" (?) | Robin Gray Design textiles & rugs.  Check out more on her site: http://www.robingraydesign.com/collections.html

"Kenya" (?) | Robin Gray Design textiles & rugs. Check out more on her site: http://www.robingraydesign.com/collections.html

Ceremonial Wrapper  20th c. Democratic Republic of the Congo, Sankuru River region. Kuba peoples Raffia palm fiber, pigment Dimensions: W. 28 3/4 x L. 238 in. (73 x 604.5 cm)

Ceremonial Wrapper 20th c. Democratic Republic of the Congo, Sankuru River region. Kuba peoples Raffia palm fiber, pigment Dimensions: W. 28 3/4 x L. 238 in. (73 x 604.5 cm)

Africa | Old Kuba Raffia Detail - Shoowa - Kasai Velvet – DR Congo | Mid 20th century.

Africa | Old Kuba Raffia Detail - Shoowa - Kasai Velvet – DR Congo | Mid 20th century.

Africa | Kuba people, DR of Congo | Panel of an Applique Dance Skirt | Raffia

Africa | Kuba people, DR of Congo | Panel of an Applique Dance Skirt | Raffia

Africa | Raffia Cloth | The Kuba people in D.R. Congo are known for their unique textiles. Raffia fibers are peeled from the leaves of the raffia palm and most often dyed with natural pigments. These long "skirts" are made of long lengths of the raffia fabric adorned with applique, piece-work, embroidery, and/or shells.

Africa | Raffia Cloth | The Kuba people in D.R. Congo are known for their unique textiles. Raffia fibers are peeled from the leaves of the raffia palm and most often dyed with natural pigments. These long "skirts" are made of long lengths of the raffia fabric adorned with applique, piece-work, embroidery, and/or shells.

Saved from The Met Africa | Ceremonial Skirt (Ntchak) from the Kuba people (Bushoong group) from the Kasai River Region of the DR Congo | Raffia palm fiber with natural dyes | ca. late 19th century

Saved from The Met Africa | Ceremonial Skirt (Ntchak) from the Kuba people (Bushoong group) from the Kasai River Region of the DR Congo | Raffia palm fiber with natural dyes | ca. late 19th century

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